What is the opposite of confirmed?

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Adjective
Opposite of being such by habit, long-established, and not likely to change
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Opposite of traditionally, or generally, recognized and accepted
“One must be wary of the quack doctor who treats his patients using unfamiliar techniques.”
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Opposite of existing in reality or as a matter of fact
“The premise that this was built by aliens is highly conjectural!”
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Opposite of doing something constantly or regularly
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Opposite of having deep roots
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Opposite of not questioned or doubted by anyone
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Opposite of generally approved, believed, or recognized
“It was unusual for them to deny the children some candy during Halloween.”
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Opposite of unwavering in one's commitment
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(especially of a price, rate, or time) Opposite of having been firmly established and typically not subject to change
“Meal times are flexible and there is a choice of menus to ensure people's dietary and religious food needs are followed.”
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Opposite of decided upon and fixed or definite
“Such engagements were of indeterminate duration, there being no fixed date for their end, and each was discharged by performance rather than expiry.”
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(of a person or their behaviour) Opposite of not able to be changed or reformed
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Opposite of having received approval
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Opposite of based on, or displaying, common sense
“Of course, the moment I got there it was clear that all my concerns were completely groundless.”
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Opposite of possible to be treated as fact
“During our second drink, I sketch imaginary facts about an imaginary life.”
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Opposite of clearly apparent or capable of being logically proved
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(of a person) Opposite of openly declared to be
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Opposite of approved or agreed upon
“A reseller has the right to contest a denied deal.”
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Opposite of feeling or showing no sorrow or regret for wrongdoing
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Opposite of having a particular habit, activity, or interest that is long-established and unlikely to change
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Opposite of firmly established and difficult or unlikely to change
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Opposite of recorded as actually having happened
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Opposite of compulsively motivated
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Opposite of without question or definitely happening
“Much of this is eminently disputable, yet the result is constructive stimulation rather than mere provocation.”
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Opposite of officially sanctioned or recognized
“The discussion was based on unofficial documents and conversations with those familiar with the subject.”
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Opposite of able to be relied on or trusted
“What a pity that Ms. Evans' information comes from such an unreliable source.”
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Opposite of chronic
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Opposite of providing a conclusion or finality to something
“In two words, Milton's case against censorship is inconclusive and qualified.”
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Opposite of financially validated or settled according to accounting principles
“When the Hotel Ritz discovered that he had used the invalidated check to pay his restaurant bill they went after his insurers, who in turn informed the police.”
Verb
Opposite of to have demonstrated to be true based on facts
“Steven's defense disproved the evidence brought forward by the prosecutors.”
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Opposite of to have proven or demonstrated
“Thus far, we have only theorized that the two elements will form a combustible compound when amalgamated.”
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Opposite of to have come to a judgment
“Because of your erratic results, the boss wavered when he was deciding on what your pay increase should have been.”
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Opposite of to have ensured that something happens
“You have conveniently disregarded that you may have left behind a few frivolous items.”
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Opposite of past tense for to give an official acceptance to something as being satisfactory
“Sarah is likely to decline the offer for an interview as she is content with her current job.”
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Opposite of past tense for to strengthen or reaffirm in rank or position
“His latest traffic transgression would undermine his clean driving record.”
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